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Why is the man going to measure Jerusalem in Zechariah 2:2?
In the second chapter of his book, Zechariah records a vision in which he saw a man with a measuring line going to measure Jerusalem. I'm not sure what this is supposed to signify. Two verses later, ...
Jun 22 '12 at 1:38
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